This magnificent Victorian home was built in 1894 for Henry Lund and his wife. Lund, originally from Germany, was Royal Consul for Norway and Sweden for the West Coast of the United States. Lund commissioned William H. Lillie, who designed several prominent turn of the century buildings between 1890 and 1897, to build the home.
Recently meticulously updated, the home invites gracious living and entertaining with top-quality period detailing and modern conveniences. Features include a living room, dining room, family room, sitting room, fabulous kitchen, upstairs library, six bedrooms, six full and two half-baths, top-floor media room, lower-level guest suite with living room and kitchen, two laundry rooms, a gorgeous south garden that includes a level lawn area, decks, and newly constructed three-plus car garage. The house is completely detached and situated on an oversized lot. The grounds include tall ferns, Japanese maples and a stone terrace.
These features don’t even begin to tell the story. There are remarkable touches everywhere from the formal dining room with fireplace and herringbone oak floors, to the dramatic library/office (or seventh bedroom) that includes built-ins, fireplace and corner windows. The stunning residence is an exceptional home, displaying world-class craftsmanship, elegance and scale.